Dadizele (local: Deizel or Deisel) is a village in the Belgian province of West Flanders and a borough of Moorslede . Dadizele has about 4000 inhabitants. The Heulebeek flows on the border of Dadizele with Moorslede and Ledegem. Dadizele is a rural area with a limited industrial activity.
Residents of Dadizele Pompeschitters be called, in the image in the Torreke and the story that this (the pump Esch Itter ) is fixed. The word Dadizele in the local dialect as Deizel or Daisel pronounced. The main citizen Dadizele was Jan van Veerdeghem better known as John of Dadizele who was knighted in 1479 was beaten by Archduke Maximilian of Austria . He was in 1481 in Antwerp on cowardly way murdered. His tomb is in the crypt of the Basilica of Dadizele. He played an important role in managing the conflicts between the Archduke and the cities and between the Archduke and the French king Louis XI